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I've used mklink in Windows 7 to map a local folder to a network share (the iMac sitting next to me on the gigabit hub at my desk). However, when the iMac goes to sleep, the linked folder becomes unavailable on my PC. I would expect this, and this is fine, but when I wake the mac back up, Windows doesn't refresh the status of the folder. How can I get it to do so?

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Did you mklink a hard link, or a soft link? – Xyon Nov 12 '12 at 17:24
I just did mklink /d – Chris Nov 12 '12 at 17:29

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